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Title: Developing the HTA core model for the online environment
Authors: Lampe, Kristian
Pasternack, Iris
Saarekas, Oskari
Raustia, Leena
CLEEMPUT, Irina
Corio, Mirella
Endel, Gottfried
Fronsdal, Katrine
Imaz, Inaki
Kleijnen, Sarah
Kristensen, Finn
Ruether, Alric
Werko, Sophie
Cerbo, Marina
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS
Citation: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT IN HEALTH CARE, 30 (5), p. 478-487
Abstract: Background: A framework for collaborative production and sharing of HTA information, the HTA Core Model, was originally developed within EUnetHTA in 2006-08. In this paper, we describe the further development of the Model to allow implementation and utilization of the Model online. The aim was to capture a generic HTA process that would allow effective use of the HTA Core Model and resulting HTA information while at the same time not interfering with HTA agencies' internal processes. Methods: The work was coordinated by a development team in Finland, supported by an international expert group. Two pilot testing rounds were organized among EUnetHTA agencies and two extensive core HTA projects tested the tool in a real setting. The final work was also formally validated by a group of HTA agencies. Results: The HTA Core Model Onlineavailable at http://www.corehta.infois a web site hosting a) a tool to allow electronic utilization of the HTA Core Model and b) a database of produced HTA information. While access to the HTA information is free to all, the production features are currently available to EUnetHTA member agencies only. A policy was crafted to steer the use of the Model and produced information. Conclusions: We have successfully enabled electronic use of the HTA Core Model and agreed on a policy for its utilization. The system is already being used in subsequent HTA projects within EUnetHTA Joint Action 2. Identified shortcomings and further needs will be addressed in subsequent development.
Notes: [Lampe, Kristian; Pasternack, Iris; Saarekas, Oskari; Raustia, Leena] Natl Inst Hlth Welf THL, Finnish Off Hlth Techol Assessment FINOHTA, Helsinki 00271, Finland. [Pasternack, Iris] Summaryx Ltd, HTA Profess, Helsinki 00820, Finland. [Cleemput, Irina] Belgian Hlth Care Knowledge Ctr KCE, Hlth Econ, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium. [Cleemput, Irina] Hasselt Univ, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium. [Corio, Mirella; Cerbo, Marina] Natl Agcy Reg Healthcare Serv Agenas, Innovat Res & Dev Dept, I-00187 Rome, Italy. [Endel, Gottfried] Main Assoc Austrian Social Insurance Inst HVB, Dept Evidence Based Econ Hlth Care, Team HTA, Vienna, Austria. [Fronsdal, Katrine] Norwegian Knowledge Ctr Hlth Serv NOKC, N-0130 Oslo, Norway. [Imaz, Inaki] Inst Salud Carlos III, AETS, Madrid 28029, Spain. [Kleijnen, Sarah] Dutch Natl Hlth Care Inst ZIN, NL-1110 AH Diemen, Netherlands. [Kristensen, Finn] DHMA, DK-2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark. [Kristensen, Finn] Univ Southern Denmark, DK-5230 Odense M, Denmark. [Ruether, Alric] Inst Qual & Efficiency Hlth Care IQWiG, Dept Hlth Care Qual, Dept, D-50670 Cologne, Germany. [Werko, Sophie] Swedish Council Hlth Technol Assessment SBU, S-10359 Stockholm, Sweden. [Werko, Sophie] Karolinska Inst, Dept Learning INformat Management & Eth LIME, S-10401 Stockholm, Sweden.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/18773
DOI: 10.1017/S0266462314000646
ISI #: 000351057600002
ISSN: 0266-4623
Category: A1
Type: Journal Contribution
Validation: ecoom, 2016
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